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we can about this person. >> the dna match was to a convicted sex offender named john gardner, a man who spent five years in prison for a sex assault back in 2000. >> is it a mixed blessing that comes back to a sex registrant that's done time in prison? that's -- you know, that's not a positive note. but at least we knew who and where it was. and we knew we were going to close in. >> the search for gardner began that afternoon. >> we sent undercover people to watch the houses that might be where he lives. >> they approached carefully, watched from a distance. it was a slim chance, but what if he was holding her, saw the cops, panicked. >> in the back of everybody's mind, she's alive and you think maybe she's tied up somewhere. maybe she's being held captive. we're going to find her and we're going to find her tonight. >> but she wasn't in any of those houses and neither was he. instead, they found gardner in a bar often the north side of the lake from the very park chelsea had been running, fernando's hideaway and this was weird. his clothes were wet and muddy as if he had been wadin
. sundayt, your carla haymarlo gardner. >> alas poor york. out, poor york. we will be back on "sun >> good morning and welcome to your "sunday gardner". again today, we are out in the yard. today, we will talk about. >> deer pressure. >> there are plenty out there in plenty of gardens. >> we have not had much of a problem of deer. i live off an open field, so i do a couple of things. i tried to plan plants that are resistant -- lavender, plants that are scented are successful. >> deer sometimes break the rules. >> they do not seem to care about. >> you can try. no is a good time to put perennials and. you might want to think in terms of resistance plants. >> we also have -- this is a heavy corded ribbon, about 100 foot long. >> like crime scene tape. it has a chemical in it. >> it has the deer stopper in it. once you have this, they give you the active ingredients and you can pour it into your quart and pay half the price. >> and recharge. it is not look like it can stop anything, but if anything, it is 30 inches above. >> that is enough to keep them off. liquid scent works well. you'll ha
king, the suspect in there led them to amber's remains. john gardner pleaded guilty to both murders in a plea deal where he avoided the death penalty. both families confronted gardner as a sentencing hearing. amber's mother went one step further. the story of both murders is the focus of tonight's two hour date line season premier. "in broad daylight." no parent could ever imagine losing a child this way and then confronting the child's killer. >> this is one of the most dramatic moments in a story that gripped a san diego area for, you know, quite a while now. but that afternoon was extraordinary. it happened in front of a san diego jail. you don't know how a parent will retact to the killer of the child or what they will want to know or not know about the last moment's of their child's life. what happened to them? it's an awful thing to know. yet, kerry had to know. watch what happens outside the san diego jail. >> i think if you're a parent you want to know what happened. you want to know how they took your child. if a lesson can be learned from amber, then i want it out there. >
the vigil and funeral mass set up for two victims. john gardner and her dotter is set for tomorrow night at 7:00. located on 17th avenue in san francisco. starts at 11:00 on friday morning at the same locations. classes are chanceled for friday so teachers and students can go. >>> stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage and head to www.kron.com where we have coverage of the incident. >>> mild conditions out there this afternoon. tomorrow is even better. the fog is not as extense positive toits warm just a bit. 7:00 patchy fog near the coast. by noon the fall peaging back to the coast line, looks like it will stay under the fog. thry, similar temperatures to this afternoon. 62 in coastal locations, 84 inland. rain celt to hit the bay area this weekend, details coming up. >>> meg whitman is a new record holder tonight. she has done something that no other political candidate has done in the history of the united states. what that distinction is and how she responded responded when we asked her about it when kron 4 news returns. which would be great... if i was seven. i'm forty-six. and th
claims this year by 23%, saving the department approximately $67,000 or roughly a gardner. i'm also very proud of our new gardner apprenticeship program which will launch this fall. it's the first apprenticeship program in the state of california. this year we took full advantage of jobs now and we were able to hire over 120 jobs now stimulus workers to support our guardians and custodial workers with park maintenance function. our overall training and professional development for twine-2010 included regular new employee orientations, disaster service worker training, safe worker practices, recreation delivery trainings, communications trainings and skill trainings. we conducted two departmental disaster preparedness trainings, one focused on notification and another that focused on evacuation. so, the hour is late. it's a little bit of a taste of all that's happened in 2009-2010. it's been a fak fantastic year and i really do want to thank our staff. again, i've been in government for 10 years and i've never seen a team work harder and do more with less than the recreation and park depa
good chicago-based law firm. alicia works for lockhart & gardner. she's one of their best lawyers. if i do say so myself. so, why don't you two talk? hi. captioning sponsored by cbs television captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org like 100% whole grain, the way triscuit does, you always end up with something delicious. ♪ triscuit. weave some goodness. trip my ♪ allergies put me in a fog. now i'm claritin clear. claritin works hard to relieve my worst symptoms without drowsiness... ...so i stay as alert and focused as someone without allergies. for me, claritin is the perfect allergy medicine. i only live claritin clear is all set up. fantastic. how can they afford a new washer dryer right now? they just remodeled a month ago... ...something's going on. smart shopping's what's going on. anyone can buy new appliances through the sears layaway plan. you just lock down the model you want now and pay over eight weeks. i want her life. i want her new washer. new appliance layaway plus sears' everyday low price guarantee. search sears appliances for the week's hottest
as buck show walters' yanks come back. buck showalter says if it's there, hit it. 2-run home run. gardner watches it go. brad ferguson made it stick. he pitched into the seventh and held the yankees to just one run. nick swisher. remember the guy robby alomar spit on that's him. swisher would get another chance, and he would make the most of it. alex rodriguez singled. to swisher. watch his reaction. are you serious? is that really a home run? yes, it is. yanks salvage the series. final, 3-2, the orioles -- yankees win 3-2. orioles win the series, 3-1. the nfl season actually begins tonight as the strikings play the saints in new orleans. the ravens have to wait until monday when receiver t.j. houshmandzadeh. he will give joe flacco another option at wfer. t.j. will be remembered more for his time in cincinnati when he teamed with chad johnson and now with anquan boldin. the kickoff special tonight at 7:00, gerry sandusky, pete gilbert. jennifer franciotti, as we coun down to kickoff. man, the city is alive with purple. the kids are wearing their jerseys to school already. it's going to b
imminently. frank gardner, bbc news. >> workers have taken to the streets across europe in a day of protest against the austerity measures being imposed by national governments. there have been demonstrations in ireland, greece, and latvia. there were marches on european union headquarters. in spain, there is a general strike. >> before dawn, strikers were at the madrid transport depot, trying to prevent buses leaving. the spanish unions were determined to shut down the capital and so demonstrate that the people were against spending cuts. later, columns of strikers marched around the city center. when they found stores that were defying calls for a general strike, they pushed inside, insisting the owners closed for the day. the police often intervened, but still the shutters came down. working people are seeing their wages cut and their benefits reduced to pay for a recession caused by the banks. >> we spent 100 years earning the rights we have as workers in this country, and i do not think the first thing we need to do is lose them. the banks should be the ones who are paying for this cri
. lucky guy. >> $130. >> but the point is that he is ok. that was brian gardner reporting. they encouraged tickets to buckle up. 64 degrees on tv hill. coming up in the next half-hour of 11 news today -- >> absentee ballots are playing a big role in the race for city state's attorney. we will explain why. >> we are tracking some showers and storms over the midwest. >> traveling in glen bernie, we >> traveling in glen bernie, we are tracking some fire activity. everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely. my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress
by blanket, but officer gardner can't believe a human being would do this to an anal. >> the crate was filthy. it probably had a week's worth of feces and water, juurine, ju filthy. >> this should teach owners that there are other options for pets. >> we're open seven days a week, 24 hours, so it's not an excuse to throw your dog out with the trash. >> thomas is enjoying steady meals and the company of others. he's not ready to be adopted yet, but inwo weeks, once he gets is weight up and is cleared by the doctors, the humane society hopes to find thomas a good home. >>> outside tonight, there are some clouds but no rain at the moment. that could change for all of us, though, tomorrow. doug has details in the storm certain. how does it look, doug? >> it's actually a beautiful night, and if you're out this evening, and even if you wake up tomorrow morning, you'll notice big changes out there. you can see the moon rising over the nation's capitol, reflecting off lake potomac. the current temperature and winds low. we've seen a pretty nice night and all the rain gone from the area, now off to th
with with peeing. >> reporter: the city parks department says it takes as many as four gardners up to five hours to clean the parks on monday morning after a busy weekend. >>> barbara boxer and carly fee fiorina faced off tonight. our poll released three weeks ago shows fee rena -- fiorina leading. simon peres has more. >> reporter: job creator or job creator? senate slacker or senate work horse? those were some of the accusations thrown back and forth incumbent barbara boxer and her challenger, carly fee fiorina right here in the debate tonight. they started off joining hands. soon after, they separated like oil and water. they clashed on the records they have and who could create the most jobs. >> she called this bill disgraceful. i will tell you why i don't think she likes it because she wayed for the bill. it was definite newt neutral because we paid for it by stopping tax breaks for companies who ship jobs overseas. >> to create jobs, we need to make sure in particular our small businesses, our family- owned businesses, our innovators and entrepreneurs are freed from strangling regulation a
offender who killed chelsea john gardner pleaded guilty in may and is serve i alive sentence without parole. >> a man fired a gun near some apartment buildings. police swarmed the sunnyvale public housing complex around 8:00 this morning after officers answering a separate call on the grounds heard a gunshot and spotted a man running from the scene. the officers chased the man but he got away. >> a perimeter was set up. there was a unit of interest. we searched that unit. there were no victims or witnesses at the time in there. but we did find a firearm and some casings on the back fence back over there. >> officers don't know if the incident is gang-related. nobody was hurt. >> this morning a vallejo man at the center of an east bay murder mystery is free on bail. a judge reduced bail for 72-year-old charles rittenhouse from $2 million to $25,000 yesterday. police arrested him last week after the bodies of his wife and another woman were found at home. however, prosecutors only charged rittenhouse with possession of explosives and bomb-making
of 14. the sex offender who killed chelsea john gardner pleaded guilty in may and is serve i alive sentence without parole. >> a man fired a gun near some apartment buildings. police swarmed the sunnyvale public housing complex around 8:00 this morninafter officers answering a separate call on the grounds heard a gunshot and spotted a man running from the scene. the officers chased the man bu he got away. >> a perimeter was set up. there was a unit of interest. we searched that unit. there were no victims or witnesses at the time in there. but we did find a firearm and some casings on the back fence back over there. >> officers don't know if the incident is gang-related. nobodyas hurt. >> this morning a vallejo man at the cent of an east bay murder mystery is free on bail. a judge reduced bail for 72-yeaold charles rittenhouse from $2 million to $25,000 yesterda police arrested him last week after the bodies of his wife and another woman were found at home. however, prosecutors only charged rittenhouse with possession of explosives and bomb-making chemicals found at the house. inve
the meeting for sf tv argonne gardner and kenny alevia. >> please turn off all public -- cellphone and pagers. if you wish to present documents, please provide donna -- copies for the file. >> thank you very much. supervisor campos: please call item no. 1. >> item number one,motion ordering submitted to the voters an ordinance at annovember 2, 2010 establishing the community policing policyprogram and supplanting any city the november 2, 2010 election that bans lying or -- charter amendment (second draft) and county of san 8a.105, 8a.106, repealing section agency (mta) board of directors; allocate a share of property taxtransportation fund; require the if its budget is rejected by the board of of the mta inspector general; and, eliminate formulas governing operator wages andthese matters instead to collective bargaining. supervisor campos: if there is any member of the public that would like to speak, please come forward. seeing no one, public colleges -- public comments are closed. can we take a motion to forward this to the board of supervisors? the there will call for that motion? >> i wan
of 30 staff, they are not all gardners. but $200,000, $220,000, it helps to offset that reduction. this is a challenging issue. harding is also a revenue generator. frankly it is a treasured asset of the city and we have an obligation to maintain it. >> under the gulf fund legislation -- supervisor avalos: under the golfing fund legislation that goes generally to the parks, this is now saying that this contract, 80% of the gulf fees will be going to tpc. wondering how that change was made, how was it determined that it would be taken out? what was the function under the current fund? >> this point has been raised and we would disagree with this. that the fees should go to the city, we have had multiple conversations with city attorney offices about the revenue due to the city going to the city, meaning contractually. this is the point that the attorney, we have conferred with her about it. as well as the city attorney. it is not that all of the revenue generated goes to the city, just that the revenue due to the city goes to the city. >> one of the pressure points that was brought
and supporting the event. i really want to thank nancy conner, christine gardner, cynthia silverstein, glenn snyder, and many others. this was a team effort. it was a fantastic event. kudos to all who helped pull it off. on sunday september 19 from noon to 3:00, we will officially open the renovated playground. throughout the summer, athletes from the western addition have been enjoying the new synthetic field. they are lined for softball, soccer, football, and lacrosse. the foundation has been a tremendous partner in the billeting -- in rehabilitating sports fields around the city. city field donated almost $25 million for increasing sports opportunities for our children. please join us on sunday, september 19, for the grand opening. i think you should try to get there. mclaren park tennis block party on saturday september 18 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. we will co-hosts a tennis block party to celebrate the recently resurfaced tennis courts at mclaren park, another instance of brecht and park -- of rec and park community partnerships. we will urge enjoy tennis games, music, and prices. -- prizes
by an entire community, including neighbor david gardner, who founded jake's ride for distonya research. the event is publicized with painted bikes all over the silverman's home town of short hills, new jersey, and so far it's raised $600,000. >> that's a ton of money. >> this ride has been very helpful for nancy and me as well because fighting back empowers you. >> glor: these days, only two years after he could barely make it around the block, jake is riding in the five-mile race. he's getting better. his town is getting behind him. and they hope with help, researchers are getting closer to a cure. the third annual jakes ride takes place tomorrow morning. that is the cbs evening news tonight. later on cbs" 48 hours mystery." russ mitchell will be here tomorrow night. i'm jeff glor, cbs news in new york. good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org weeks after the san bruno disaster.. signs the community is starting to come back, stronger than ever. "...they need to be treated li >>> weeks after the san bruno disaster signs the commun
' closest friends, don gardner, into the case. gardner, as you will hear, was far closer to porteous and his family than either of the plaintiffs attorneys, mr. amato or mr. levinson. mole not only promised gardner $100,000 for just appearing in the courtroom any case, he promised him an additional $100,000 if he could get porteous to recuse himself or otherwise leave the case. under this effective bounty agreement on a federal judge, mole had just promised another lawyer a total of $200,000 for just appearing in the case and getting this judge to remove himself. what is remarkable, senators, is that this unethical promise was put into a written contract. and we have that contract. in return, gardner gave the magistrate's brother, tom wilkinson, $30,000. the problem is that porteous wasn't going anywhere. while the mole conspiracy should have been the subject of an investigation, the house decided to call mole, as they just told you, as their witness on the alleged unethical act of judge porteous. now, ultimately judge porteous ruled against his closest friend, gardner, and caused him that h
john gardner, a convicted child molester. we'll talk more about all of this and chelsea's law when we come back. it's such a disturbing story but some resolution for other families. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by mercedes benz. experience truly great engineering today at your authorized dealer. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's a universal gesture... ♪ a way of telling the world "you did it!"... without saying a word. introducing the mercedes-benz sls...amg. [ engine revs ] ♪ the best or nothing... that is what drives us. as the towel used to dry them. so why use the same hand towel over and over instead of a clean, fresh one every time? kleenex® brand hand towels. a clean, fresh towel every time. stay twice... earn a free night! two separate stays at comfort inn or any of these choice hotels can earn you a free night -- only when you book at choicehotels.com. can earn you a free night -- no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that
's looking for a very good chicago-based law firm. alicia works for lockhart & gardner. she's one of their best lawyers. if i do say so myself. so, why don't you two talk? hi. captioning sponsored by cbs television captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org like 100% whole grain, the way triscuit does, you always end up with something delicious. ♪ triscuit. weave some goodness. trip my ♪ allergies put me in a fog. now i'm claritin clear. claritin works hard to relieve my worst symptoms without drowsiness... ...so i stay as alert and focused as someone without allergies. for me, claritin is the perfect allergy medicine. i only live claritin clear is all set up. fantastic. how can they afford a new washer dryer right now? they just remodeled a month ago... ...something's going on. smart shopping's what's going on. anyone can buy new appliances through the sears layaway plan. you just lock down the model you want now and pay over eight weeks. i want her life. i want her new washer. new appliance layaway plus sears' everyday low price guarantee. search sears appli
criminal cases. tom wilkinson arranged to have one of his close friends, mr. gardner, and to the case. gardner, as you will hear, was far closer in either of the plaintiff's attorney's. he not only promised $100,000 for just appearing in the court room for this case. he promised him an additional $100,000 if he could get porteous to recuse himself or leave the case. under this bounty agreement with a federal judge, he had just promised another lawyer a total of $200,000 for just appearing in the case and getting this judge to remove himself. what is remarkable, senators, is that this unethical promise was put into a written contract and we have the contract. in return, gardner gave the magistrate's brother, tom wilkinson, $30,000. the problem was that porteous was not going anywhere. while the conspiracy should have been the subject of the investigation, the house decided to call him as a witness on the alleged unethical act of judge porteous. he ruled against his close friend, gardner, and cost 10 the $100,000 bounty and other possible fees. with a gift made years after the refusal h
. >> hello. my name is drake gardener -- gardner. i'm a member of the san francisco coalition for responsible growth. we're concerned about development in the city. i personally have been working in of is of is for 30 years, both as a building designer, builder and developer. i've seen this process go through many transformations. as the process relates to the p.a.c., -- i'm involved in that. and we feel that it's important that the issues that are raised at the p.a.c. be implemented. especially if they are issue that are agreed on by the whole group. our concern is that they're not. you know, this isn't a d.b.i. bashing session. we feel there's abeen -- there's been a lot of process. the fifth sfloor tantamount to a miracle -- floor is tantamount to a miracle in our opinion. we want to keep the process moving forward. we feel there's a lot of instances where things are still happening, you know, the way they've happened before. my biggest concern is that there's really no continuity in, you know, the decision-making process. there just -- it just seems to be random. you bring a plan in and y
or this one? paula gardner is an established watering hole and restaurant for 23 years, but her loyal patrons say it's simple. sdp >> some people like to drink, some people like to smoke. i don't think it would hurt anything. >> however, delivery workers who deliver beer and alcohol have donated money to fight legalizing marijuana. >> the fact they're even fighting against it is funny. we have to save our own skin and protect our own assets. >> reporter: that's not true, according to a spokesman with the california beer and beverage distributors who told me, quote, this is not a competitive issue for us. this motion has nothing in it for our protection. if one of our semis is on the highway heading to the retailers, how do we know if he's under the influence? plain and simple, the alcohol industry is trying to kill the competition. their mission is to drive people to drink. it's a heck of a coincidence. they are pedestridling a product is far more dangerous than marijuana. they say not to worry, that smokers are not necessarily shut-ins. >> that's to say that somebody who uses marijuana just
came. convicted sex offender john gardner pleaded guilty in april to sexually assaulting and murdering chelsea as well as another 14-year old. take a close look at this next video. it's a young girl running after a ball in the street or is it? it's part of a traffic safety campaign in canada designed to ate drivers slow down high risk intersections. it's actlluay a decal on the pavement that creates a 3 d illusion. reaction has been mixed. someeople worry it may cause sivers we rve hit something else or eventually become immune to the image and hit an actual child in the roadway. it's twenty four million miles away b the planet venus is visible tonight and tomorrow. really cool story. check outto these photos from o of our reporters in pensacola, florida. he spottevenous next to the crescent moon last night without a telescope. the planetarium in michigan reports tomorrow should ofer an extra special celestial treat. you'll be able to see venus and jupiter about 30 minutes after sunset. l. t is pretty coo there is still no moral or museum that ground zero, nine years after theat tack
in uncomfortable position. policy research and from washington dr. niles gardner, a fellow at the heritage foundation. both are conservative groups. okay, niles, begin with you. what exactly did g.e. do? >> well, basically, g.e. violated the terms of the u.n. administered oil for food program. this was humanitarian program instituted back in 1996 by the u.n. security council to allow iraq to sell oil in return for purchasing a humanitarian goods, food, medical services, for example, and humanitarian program aimed at helping the iraqi people. unfortunately, this program was monumentally abused by the iraqi government, saddam hussein himself was personally enriched through this program. over 2,000 international companies paid kickbacks to the iraqi regime in order to secure these humanitarian contracts. this, of course, included two subsidiaries of g.e. in addition to two further subsidiaries subsequently bought by g.e. so, this whole episode, frankly, is the biggest financial scandal of modern times. the oil for food scandal and the fact that g.e., a huge american company, a household name,
by 30 points, gardner is killing her. you take the seat we are probably never gonna win but we might. tipton is eight points ahead. then you take the seat nobody thought we had a prayer of winning. ed perlmutter, ryan frazier the republican obama, brilliant young articulate, african-american, one ahead. the one in new york, john gomez. everybody is looking at bishop seat suffolk county. we might beat israel in the next district. it is time not to so much look at 39, to get power or the next 20, but the next 40, because those seats which nobody thought are in play are now in play. >> sean: russ feingold. the governor -- the president goes to wisconsin where is feingold? he doesn't want to be near him. bennet, doesn't want to be near him. georgia don't want to be near him. bill white didn't show up to the speech in texas. >> there is not a single democrat in the united states of america who is defending the stimulus or obamacare who is running for office. they are all running away from it. what i'm telling republican candidates, you don't have to say this guy is a big democratic libera
' idea. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the >> it actress jennifer gardner was put on the map from "alias." >> the man who developed that show is debuting new show tonight on nbc. >> something is about to change for a couple of married caterers. >> are you in or out? >> their pulled out of retirement and back into duty in the drummer -- into the drama "under covers." >> we get to travel all over the world. it is glamorous and exciting. >> the british actress plays samantha. >> it's hard to put the show in one the specific genre. >> it comes from a director who brought us "lost", "alias" add to the most recent "star trek" movie. her audition for a secondary role turn into a story 1. -- turned into a starting one. >> it is the perfect peak one of being discovered. >> the catering spies make a discovery. >> the relationship once turned stale and has suddenly been reinvigorated. >> 8-of danger and pension may have our great addition to the recipe for marrieds by. >> i agree that he is impossibly handsome. >> i can be for everyone involved. the series also stars -- >> le
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